English Vocabulary Words
with Meaning


The students (children) attempting to understand and learn the meanings of the words at the early stage, feel and become confused with the technicalities of the pronunciations.
Every word has been put in alphabetical order. English language has the bliss of flexibility and adaptability. Always and invariably, some words differ in referential contexts. Every possible effort has been made to adhere to practical use and make the meanings of some abmiguous words clear.

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English wordsMeanings
balman ointment for healing, a soothing medicine
bambooa kind of very tall grass with stiff hollow stems which are used for canes or for making furniture
banan order to put a stop to something
bananaa long fruit with a thick yellow skin
banda group of people, sometimes playing musical instruments
bandagea piece of cloth for covering up a wound
bandita robber, usually one who robs people on the roads while they are travelling
banea cause of ruin, poison, a cause of mischief
banga loud and sudden noise. The same word also means to hit something hard
banglea bracelet in the shape of a large ring
banisera rail to hold on to at the side of a staircase
banishto exile, drive away
banjoa musical instrument which you play by plucking the strings
banka place where people put their money so that it will be safe
bankruptunable to pay the debts, one who fails in business
bannera flag, sometimes with two poles
banqueta feast; a special dinner party
bara long shaped piece of hard material, usually metal or wood. The same word also means a counter where you can buy drink
barbarianasavage, wild, rude, uncultured
barbarousilliterate, uncivilized, cruel
barbed wirewire twisted so that sharp points stick our. It is used as fencing
barbera man who cuts hair and shaves beards
barewithout covering or decoration
bareunclothed or uncovered, empty, plain
bargainsomething you buy that costs less than the usual price. The same word also means to argue with the seller about the price of something you want to buy
bargea cargo boat which has a flat bottom
barkthe tough covering on a tree trunk and branches. The same word also means the loud sharp noise dogs and some other animals make
barleya plant from which we get a kind of grain; the name of that grain
barmanman who drinks in a bar
barna large farm building used mainly for storing grain, hay and other crops
barona nobleman
barracksthe buildings where soldiers live
barrela container made of curved pieces of wood held together with hoops
barrennot able to produce fruit, plants, babies or seeds. The land in deserts and on some mountains is barren because nothing will grow there
barricadebarrier, obstruction
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